Woolworths is slammed for dumping groceries outside the front door of a furious customer

& # 39; I'm not going shopping with you again! & # 39; Furious Woolworth's customer unleashes in the supermarket after his groceries have been spread outside his front door

  • A Woolworths shopper has found his groceries scattered at his front door
  • He had arranged for the goods to be delivered upon his arrival
  • The customer posted a photo of the messy delivery on Facebook from Woolworths
  • He vowed never to shop in the supermarket after the experience
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An unsatisfied Woolworths shopper vowed never to shop in the supermarket again after his groceries were distributed at his front door.

The customer had arranged for his groceries to be delivered to his home at a time that would coincide with his arrival after a trip.

He posted a photo of the messy delivery on the Facebook page of Woolworths accompanied by an indignant message to the company.

An unsatisfied Woolworths shopper vowed never to shop in the supermarket again after his groceries were distributed at his front door

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An unsatisfied Woolworths shopper vowed never to shop in the supermarket again after his groceries were distributed at his front door

& # 39; Organized online delivery for our return home from a trip abroad and found this left at the door, & # 39; said the customer.

& # 39; Cheers Woolworths! Don't go shopping anymore! & # 39;

The customer had organized a crate to bench service for his delivery, which means that the groceries would arrive when the customer was home.

The service would also mean that the groceries were delivered without plastic bags.

A friend had arrived at the customer's house and saw the delivery man driving up the driveway.

Customers can choose an option where their groceries are delivered and left unattended.

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This means that the goods would be placed in reusable bags at their front door.

The customer had organized a crate to bench service for his delivery, which means that the groceries would arrive when the shopper was home (stock image)

The customer had organized a crate to bench service for his delivery, which means that the groceries would arrive when the shopper was home (stock image)

The customer had organized a crate to bench service for his delivery, which means that the groceries would arrive when the shopper was home (stock image)

A Woolworth spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that the supermarket is proud of their delivery service.

& # 39; So we are disappointed to see that we have not seen that we have not lived up to these expectations & # 39 ;, said the statement.

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& # 39; We have contacted the customer to apologize and have arranged a full refund of the order in recognition of the poor experience.

& # 39; We also focus on the delivery experience with our transport partner. & # 39;

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